"...Bill has completed several renovation projects for us, including multi-story additions, a kitchen and baths. He is able to provide creative solutions for issues arising in the renovation of an older home while staying within the scope of a project budget."
"...in addition to doing high quality work, Bill and his crew have started the projects as promised and are consistently on site until the work is completed. Communication along the way is great - Bill is always accessible to deal with any changes or issues that arise."
Bill and Laura Downes, Madison, CT
In 2005, we had no idea what we were getting into. Naively we thought we could remodel our house and add 2600 square feet of living space while staying in our home. Needless to say, it was a challenge! The only reason that the project worked out, and we kept our sanity, was because of Bill. Not only did Bill bid a competitive price for the work, but he managed the project efficiently, had a great working relationship with our architects and finished in 5 months. Bill and his crew were on site at 7:00 a.m. every morning and left our home before we returned from work. His crew was friendly and highly skilled and the subcontractors personable and professional and appeared on site as Bill scheduled them. Bill guided us through every step of this project “gently” and with humor. This was not easy on our family, but Bill eased our transition by ensuring that the project was completed on time and with few changes. Bill also used his construction knowledge to help make some adjustments to the plan that has resulted in our house becoming more livable. Perhaps the best compliment we can give Bill is that we would not hesitate to use him again! In fact, we continue to use Bill’s advice for other home-improvement projects. His friendship is valued; his help greatly appreciated. Thanks, Bill!
Cheryl and Henry Norton, Madison, CT
In searching for a builder, after moving to Connecticut in 2008, a friend suggested that I interview Billy Mezzano of Mezzanos Shoreline Construction, LLC. The interview went well and Billy was hired. Little did I realize what truly would turn out. Billy and his team of craftsfmen began working on our home, while we were still living in the space. Anyone who knows anything about construction would tell you to move out while the construction process was engaged. His team was always polite to our family members, including our two dogs. Every evening, the team cleaned up so the debris would not be tracked through the home. I offer my personal conversation to anyone who is considering Billy Mezzano's expertise. I trust Billy to enter my home on any occassion, as a craftsman, businessman, or friend to discuss any subject. I would not be surprised if Billy, someday, writes a book about how things are built.
Chuck Fedon, Madison, CT